COURSE DESCRIPTION

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San Jose State University **We aren't endorsed by this school
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STAT 115
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Electrical Engineering
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May 15, 2023
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COURSE CODE/NAME:FSFTENG/ Software EngineeringEffective: June 1, 2018Prepared by: Marlon Bagara ([email protected]) Page 1 of 5 DOCUMENT: SYLLABUS COURSE CODE: ENENDA30 COPIES ISSUED TO: College of Engineering Learning Resource Center Faculty DATE OF EFFECTIVITY/REVISION: 01June 2018 / 5.0 COURSE TITLE: ENGINEERING DATA ANALYSIS VISION We are National University, a dynamic private institution committed to nation building, recognized internationally in teaching and research. MISSION Guided by the core values and characterized by our cultural heritage of Dynamic Filipinism, National University is committed to providing relevant, innovative, and accessible quality education and other development programs. We are committed to our: STUDENTS, by molding them into ethical, spiritual and responsible citizens. FACULTY and EMPLOYEES, by enhancing their competencies, cultivating their commitment and providing a just and fulfilling work environment. ALUMNI, by instilling in them a sense of pride, commitment, and loyalty to their alma mater. INDUSTRY PARTNERS and EMPLOYERS, by providing them Nationalians who will contribute to their growth and development. COMMUNITY, by contributing to the improvement of life's conditions. CORE VALUES 1.Integrity 2. Compassion 3. Innovation 4. Industry 5. Respect 6. Resilience 7. Patriotism GRADUATE ATTRIBUTES INTENDED FOR NATIONALIANS (GAINs) INSTITUTIONAL LEARNING OUTCOMES (ILOs) 1. Conscientious and Reflective Leader a. Exhibit the capacity for self-reflection b. Exhibit the willingness to engage in self-appraisal c. Apply moral and ethical standards in leading others 2. ICT Literate and Competent Communicator d. Express ideas effectively e. Effectively use various ICT tools to convey ideas 3. Socially and Community-engaged Citizen Imbued with the Spirit of Patriotism f. Participate actively in community-oriented advocacies that contribute to nation building 4. Innovative, Creative, and Critical Thinker g. Produce alternative solutions, processes, and approaches h. Apply problem-solving skills i. Provide solutions to challenges in respective areas of specialization 5. Interculturally Competent Collaborator j. Work effectively in teams of different cultures 6. Life- and career-skilled Individual k. Engage in continuing personal and professional development Program Educational Objectives After 3 to 5 years on the job, graduates of the College of Engineering of NU are expected to: ILO a b c d e f g h i j k 1. demonstrate engineering knowledge by providing solutions to technological problems; 2. demonstrate entrepreneurial skills in engineering related ventures; 3. demonstrate ethical commitment to the community and the profession; 4. contribute to knowledge and best engineering practice through research and development; and 5. engage in life-long learning as demonstrated through career achievements. Student Outcomes At the time of graduation, students have: PEO 1 2 3 4 5 a. an ability to apply knowledge of mathematics, sciences and engineering sciences to the practice of engineering; b. an ability to design and conduct experiments as well as analyze and interpret data; c. an ability to design system, component or process to meet desired needs within realistic constraints such as economic, environmental, social, political, ethical, health and safety, manufacturability, and sustainability, in accordance with standards; d. an ability to work effectively in multidisciplinary and multicultural teams; e. an ability to identify, formulate, and solve engineering problems; f. an understanding of professional and ethical responsibility; g.1.an ability for effective verbal and non-verbal communication (Written); g.2.an ability for effective verbal and non-verbal communication (Oral); h. a broad education necessary to understand the impact of engineering solutions in a national, global, environmental, and societal context;
COURSE CODE/NAME:FSFTENG/ Software EngineeringEffective: June 1, 2018Prepared by: Marlon Bagara ([email protected]) Page 2 of 5 i. an ability to engage in life-long learning and to keep abreast with the developments in a specific field of specialization; j. knowledge of contemporary issues; k. an ability to use appropriate techniques, skills, and modern tools necessary for engineering practice to be locally and globally competitive; and l. knowledge and understanding of engineering and management principles as a member and leader in a team, to manage projects and in multidisciplinary environments. COURSE DESCRIPTION This course is designed for Information Technology Education students. Content includes the study of the basic principles of statistics, presentation and analysis of data, measures of central tendency, variations, positions, and shapes, probability, normal distribution and its applications, tests of hypotheses, regression and correlation, and one-way analysis of variance. PRE-REQUISITE(S) FELE 0311/312L (FCIRCT1/L) - Electrical Circuits 1 (Lecture and Laboratory) COURSE LEARNING OUTCOMES (CLO) At the end of the course, the student must be able to (CLO): Student Outcomes (SOs) a b c d e f g1 g2 h i j k l 1. Use appropriate statistical concepts in sampling, data collection and data presentation 2. Apply probability concepts in practical situations. 3. Apply data analysis function results 4. Employ suitable inferential statistical methods in data analysis. CRED 3 unit/s lecture 1 unit laboratory TIME ALLOTMENT 4 hours lecture every week 4 hours laborator every week COURSE REQUIREMENTS Students are required to do the following: 1. Reading of assigned text and other materials. 2. Regular class attendance. 3. Punctual performance of assigned tasks such as quizzes, class/home works, reports, projects, major examinations, etc. CLASS POLICIES
COURSE CODE/NAME:FSFTENG/ Software EngineeringEffective: June 1, 2018Prepared by: Marlon Bagara ([email protected]) Page 3 of 5 1. Students must observe and practice the National University core values. 2. Students must avoid using their mobile devices, unless deemed necessary, in order to concentrate better in class. 3. Attendance is a must. 4. Any student who violates policy on academic honesty will automatically receive a grade of 0.0. These include cheating and excessive absences. 5. Students must always come prepared to class and are required to bring all necessary books/references and materials with them. GRADING SYSTEM Periodic Assessment A. Class Standing (CS) 60 % Seatwork / Recitation 10 % Assignment 10 % Quizzes 60 % Project 20 % B. Major Exam (ME) 40 % 100% Periodic Grade (PG) = 60% CS + 40% ME Final Grade =50% Midterm PG + 50% Final PG COURSE CONTENTS WEEK COURSE LEARNING OUTCOMES TOPIC LEARNING OUTCOMES TOPICS METHODOLOGY RESOURCES ASSESSMENT 1 Recognize the overview of the course and other pertinent course requirements Introduction to Outcomes- based Education (OBE) and Outcomes-based Teaching and Learning (OBTL), Institutional Vision and Mission statements, Graduate Attributes, College Vision and Mission statements, Course Learning Outcomes, Course Details, Course Policies. Discussion Course Syllabus Outline Recitation 2 1,2 Understand Sampling application and techniques. Sampling Techniques Probability and Discussion Problem Solving Presentations Handouts Assignments
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